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Embroidered tree of life tapestry/wall hanging/rug. This listing is for embroidered tapestry of size 2x3 feet. Same design can be made in any other size and colour combination. Base fabric is cotton and embroidery is done using silken threads. It has a lining at back so make it extra thick and for support. It will come with two loops at each ends which can be used to hang it on wall. If you want loops in anyother style let me know so that I can make it accordingly. Machine washable…

Embroidered tree of life tapestry/wall hanging/rug. This listing is for embroidered tapestry of size 2x3 feet. Same design can be made in any other size and colour combination. Base fabric is cotton and embroidery is done using silken threads. It has a lining at back so make it extra thick and for support. It will come with two loops at each ends which can be used to hang it on wall. If you want loops in anyother style let me know so that I can make it accordingly. Machine washable…

Banjaras also often known as ‘Gypsies’ are tribal people from India. All their embroideries and textiles are designed for a nomadic life style. Banjara embroidery designs are strikingly different and colourful. The Banjaras hand stitch their clothes using different patterns, colorful threads and remnants of textiles. One also finds coins, cowrie shells, buttons or mirrors in their work and this what makes these embroideries stand apart from the rest.  This is a vintage tapestry wall art…

Banjaras also often known as ‘Gypsies’ are tribal people from India. All their embroideries and textiles are designed for a nomadic life style. Banjara embroidery designs are strikingly different and colourful. The Banjaras hand stitch their clothes using different patterns, colorful threads and remnants of textiles. One also finds coins, cowrie shells, buttons or mirrors in their work and this what makes these embroideries stand apart from the rest. This is a vintage tapestry wall art…

Shirley Temples Wedding Photo by-Frank Scherschel Courtesy of Life. The lovely bride wore a full length satin bridal gown with a fitted bodice, short t-shirt style sleeves and a round neck. The dress featured embroidery detail along the neckline and had a stunning cathedral style train. Shirley also wore a full length veil attached to a pretty tiara, which mirrored the embroidery pattern and elegant satin gloves in a colour to match that of her wedding gown

Shirley Temples Wedding Photo by-Frank Scherschel Courtesy of Life. The lovely bride wore a full length satin bridal gown with a fitted bodice, short t-shirt style sleeves and a round neck. The dress featured embroidery detail along the neckline and had a stunning cathedral style train. Shirley also wore a full length veil attached to a pretty tiara, which mirrored the embroidery pattern and elegant satin gloves in a colour to match that of her wedding gown

Aari Embroidery  Aari embroidery is done by the Mochi, or cobbler community. It is a minute chain stitch done by a hook which is an adaptation of the cobbler's awl. This is a very delicate and floral style of embroidery, influenced by Moghul designs. By using subtle gradations of colour the figures and motifs in the designs can be highly representational.

Aari Embroidery Aari embroidery is done by the Mochi, or cobbler community. It is a minute chain stitch done by a hook which is an adaptation of the cobbler's awl. This is a very delicate and floral style of embroidery, influenced by Moghul designs. By using subtle gradations of colour the figures and motifs in the designs can be highly representational.

Customised and faded colour embroidery from Paade Mode at Playtime Paris for kids fashion spring/summer 2017

Customised and faded colour embroidery from Paade Mode at Playtime Paris for kids fashion spring/summer 2017

Kantha embroidery: 'Kantha' is a traditional embroidery style of Bengal, involving simple, running stitches. Kantha work originated in Bengal for making quilts out of waste fabric. The word 'Kantha', in fact, means 'embroidered quilt' in Bengali. (Looks so like my silk 'Kantha' stitched saree)

Kantha embroidery: 'Kantha' is a traditional embroidery style of Bengal, involving simple, running stitches. Kantha work originated in Bengal for making quilts out of waste fabric. The word 'Kantha', in fact, means 'embroidered quilt' in Bengali. (Looks so like my silk 'Kantha' stitched saree)

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